In the context of my latest research on colour and light in space, I am designing different site specific colour-experience installations.
The starting point for this installation is to convey a strong sensory colour experience and a study on how colour can transform a space. 
Architecture is, by nature, static; whereas colour and light remain changeable. By breaking the natural daylight that enters an architectural space into colours, I visualize the changeability of colour and enlarge it. 

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2020, Koningskerkje, Vierlingsbeek

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2020, Koningskerkje, Vierlingsbeek

Pictures of visitors. Made on different days and times with ever changing light so that the colours where always in motion.
Pictures of visitors. Made on different days and times with ever changing light so that the colours where always in motion.
Scale models

The White Light Breaks up into Colors, scale model 1: proposal for Het Noordbrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch, 2018

Scale model 1: detail interior
Scale model 1: detail interior
Scale model 1: detail interior
Scale model 1: detail interior
The White Light Breaks up into Colors, scale model 2: proposal for the Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, exterior, 2018
Scale model 2: interior
Scale model 2: interior
Scale model 2: detail interior
Scale model 2: detail interior